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Google Play Music All Access gets Handy in Germany

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Germany's something of a latecomer to Google's Play Music All Access party (that name, we know!). The country that made David Hasselhoff a venerable pop star was conspicuously absent from the Google music service's many European roll outs. Not now, however, as Google's officially made the streaming service available für das deutsche Volk. The same free 30-day trial offer still applies here, but if you stay on past that, expect to fork over €7.99/mo for the unlimited streaming access, offline storage and personalized radio. It is, as they say in German, a super good way to enjoy your music on-the-go.

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